said by Vamp:
Even with N I wouldn't ever expect to max the connection.. You can practically ignore the max advertised speed of wireless N as you wont see that kind of sustained speed in real world, you will be very fortunate to even get half of the "Connected" speed.
Well I don't know about that, I have a D-Link Wireless N gaming router that when it came out didn't even fully support wireless N, now it may be my neighborhood, but I have it on 5GHZ with 40MHZ and get about 280Mbps throughput on it to my HTPC sitting in the living room, the only reason I know this is because I ripped Season 1 of the Big Bang Theory to my hard drive and pushed all 10GB's of it over at once in less than 5 minutes.... Buuuuuuuuut then again you kind of already covered this, and so I'm just talking for nothing, but have faith in the 5GHZ spectrum unless everything surrounding you uses it!
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